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The Journal Acta Baltico-Slavica: Over Half a Century of Research on the Balto-Slavic BorderlandIn 2019, fifty-five years have passed since the publication of the first volume of Acta Baltico-Slavica. The article presents the history of the journal, inclu... see more

About layers of lexis of Lithuanian origins in the Ignalina–Zarasai regionIn this study lexical lithuanisms were analysed, functioning in the Ignalina–Zarasai area, on the Lithuanian–Latvian–Belarussian borderland. Lithuanian proceeds on Slavic dialect ha... see more

A linguistic and cultural image of the manor in LithuaniaThe aim of this article is to provide a description of the linguistic-cultural vision of the manor on the Baltic-Slavic border. The object of the analysis is autobiographical narratives of the oldes... see more

The article discusses the place of the spruce in Slavic and Baltic customs, folk medicine, chants, and superstitions. The research has demonstrated that the tree has many meanings in Slavic culture (it is treated there as a female tree, which is suggested... see more

SummaryAlthough many archeological and onomastic publications demonstrate the existence of a Baltic substratum over a rather large section of the territory of the Eastern and Western Slavs, some Slavic studies scholars still ignore the influence exerted b... see more

Lexis of the Polish-East Slavic Borderland as a Testimony to a Multilingual Past The importance of borderlands has been considered in many studies in various fields, both theoretical and empirical. In this study, the borderland is approached as a geograph... see more

The goal of the article is to seek to answer the question how to describe folk lexis on the Slavic borderlands. On the basis of the analysis of different types of Polish, Ukrainian and Belarusian dictionaries, the author draws a conclusion that differenti... see more

The western Indo-European vocabulary in Baltic and Slavic is the result of an Indo-European substratum which contained an older non-Indo-European layer and was part of the Corded Ware horizon. The numbers show that a considerable part of the vocabulary wa... see more

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